01 April 2010, 18:00

Woman from Dagestan was one of Moscow metro suicide-bombers

As reported by a source in power agencies of the NCFD (North-Caucasian Federal District), so far, one woman-suicide-bomber, who blew herself up at the Park Kultury metro station, has been identified - she was a resident of Dagestan; her name is not disclosed in the interests of the inquiry.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that in the morning on March 29 two explosions were triggered at Moscow metro stations Lubyanka and Park Kultury of the Sokolniki Line. Under the latest data, 39 persons were lost, and 95 persons were injured.

As reported by the MTRK "Mir" (the CIS TV Channel), both women-suicide-bombers were not Chechens.

According to a source in law enforcement bodies of Chechnya, the initial version of involvement in Moscow terror acts of Markha Ustarkhanova, widow of the leader of Gudermes militants Said-Emin Khizriev, liquidated last October, was not confirmed.

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